3D rendering of Egyptian mummy. Courtesy of the University of Western Ontario.
Dragonfly is the Premier Software Platform for Scientific Image Processing
Powerful, flexible, and user-friendly, Dragonfly delivers quantitative answers for today's most demanding 2D/3D/4D imaging studies, including data from correlative and hyperspectral imaging systems, X-ray, SEM, FIB-SEM, ion beam, and confocal microscopy, as well as other advanced applications.
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Features and Benefits
Integrate data from multiple sources into a single environment.
Gain detailed insight into material structures and properties with interactive inspection tools and robust quantification workflows.
Post-processing functions that include data restructuring, filtering, volume and slice registration, image stitching.
CT Reconstruction module for cone and parallel beam projections.
Powerful segmentation tools to accurately label image features.
Meet image enhancement and segmentation challenges with Dragonfly's Deep Learning solutions.
Share your findings with fully annotated screenshots and tell dynamic stories with easy-to-produce animated sequences.
Automate your 3D analysis workflows with easy-to-author macros.
Application specific extensions tailored to particular needs.
Dragonfly with Deep Learning is a transformative solution for image processing. Experience the only commercially-supported Deep Learning engine that lets you train and execute custom networks to meet your own unique image enhancement and image segmentation challenges.
Ceramic Matrix Composite
Automatic segmentation of materials in synchrotron microCT. Images taken at the Advanced Light Source Beamline 8.3.2 (courtesy of Aly Badran, University of Colorado).
Rat Brain Tissue
Automatic segmentation of cellular anantomy in serial-blockface SEM (courtesy of Angel Paredes, Food and Drug Administration).
Image sharpening of KitKat chocolate bar imaged by laboratory microCT (courtesy of IQBI Lab, McGill University).
Nematode C. elegans
Denoising of C. elegans imaged by serial section FIB-SEM (courtesy of Dr. Keana Scott, National Institute for Standards and Technology).